The game follows the storyline of the movie. Bond must fight the international terrorist Renard, who plots to use nuclear weapons to achieve his dark objectives.



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Cast overview:
... R (voice)
Adam Blackwood ... James Bond / Valentin Zukovsky (voice)
Andrew Burt ... Sir Robert King (voice)
Caron Pascoe ... M / Casino Girl (voice)
... Renard (voice)
Henrietta Bess ... Elektra King / Miss Moneypenny (voice) (as Henrietta Bass)
Miles Anderson ... Sasha Davidov / Lachaise (voice)
Simon Mattacks ... Pipeline Controller (voice)
... James Bond (voice)
Tim Whitnall ... Charles Robinson (voice)
... Dr. Christmas Jones / Swiss Receptionist (voice)


Experince the intensity of being the world's top secret agent. Equipped with a full arsenal of Q-Lab gadgets and weaponry, you must be suave and resourceful as you carry out action-packed missions based on the blockbuster movie. Are you cool under pressure? Cunning when necessary? Of course you are--Bond . . . James Bond. Bond's Best Missions! Battle through 10 exciting levels with a variety of objectives. Over 20 Q-Lab Gadgets and Weapons! Bond's P2K, Infrared Glasses, Cell Phone Stunner, and many more. All new 3D Engine! High-resolution textures, fast framerate and amazing view distances make make this best-looking POV game on the PlayStation game console. Improved AI! Enemies will react to Bond, communicate with each other, and even retreat! Authentic Dialogue! Interact with other characters and experience movie-like cinematics will full speech. Written by Robert Lynch <>

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Release Date:

8 December 2000 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

007: The World Is Not Enough  »

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Due to deadline problems, the producers of the game had to use the Quake engine to complete the game on time. This came about because the movie was in theatres longer than expected, forcing the company for which the producers worked to shorten the time to the deadline. As a result the game lacks the elaborate mazes, site bosses, and hidden clues that made its predecessors famous. See more »


References The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) See more »

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Great fun, with a real authentic edge.
18 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

This video game has a hard act to follow, leading the way after Rare's brilliant GoldenEye. Since the Rare title is one of the all-time great shoot'emups, TWINE has to be good. And it is. The plot of the game closely follows the film, which helps as you can often work your way out of tricky situations by asking yourself "What did he do in the film?" However, in some cases this means that the action is a little predictable. It's nice to see that there is a fine edge of "realism" here - you regularly run out of ammo, it takes a lot of hits to kill people, and you can't shoot civilians or you fail. There's also a wide range of levels, including one where you have to creep around a villa, crawling with guards and security cameras, but you CAN'T let anyone see you, and you CAN'T SHOOT ANYONE AT ALL! The cutscenes are nicely done, as much of the dialogue is lifted straight out of the film so it feels as if you're really in the film. It's nice to hear John Cleese providing the voice of R. The negative points? There are longish loading times between levels and cutscenes, the multiplayer robots are way too hard to play against, and you can't re-enact the boat chase on the Thames. Otherwise, it's great! 10/10

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